SEAT is launching a great value new fixed price service offer for vehicles aged from three years right up to 10 years.
The comprehensive servicing deal ensures owners of older SEATs can access main dealer service, quality and expertise at ‘local garage’ prices. And with a local price promise ensuring optimum value for money, there really is no reason not to take up the offer.
Available at participating dealers from December 1, ‘It’s Fixed!’ means a minor service now costs just £129 RRP, regardless of the SEAT model involved and including VAT, parts and labour while a major service is just £249 RRP and an MoT is only £39.
The idea, simply, is to make it as easy as possible for SEAT owners to know what their vehicle servicing costs will be up front so that they can keep a tight rein on their motoring budget. That’s why the brand is also introducing transparent fixed prices on a whole range of maintenance jobs for SEAT models aged between three and ten years.
Air conditioning service (£69), brake pad replacement (£99), cambelt change (£299), even alloy wheel refurbishment (£59) – they’re all now offered at easy-to-understand fixed prices at participating SEAT dealerships nationwide.
SEAT has even created an annual budget planner, to help drivers set aside a suitable sum for routine vehicle maintenance.
Naturally, all parts and labour are covered by a two-year warranty, plus every minor and major service comes with a free 12 months of SEAT Roadside Assistance – including Home Start. This benefit alone is worth between £99 and £240, depending on the age of the vehicle.
And then there’s the reassurance of knowing that the vehicle is in safe hands – each service is carried out by a SEAT-trained technician with SEAT specialist equipment and SEAT-approved parts. A dealer promise ensures that no additional work will be carried out without approval. Plus, with every visit, the dealer will perform a free Vehicle Health Check and report back on what is uncovered, so owners know what requires urgent attention or simply needs to be budgeted for in the future.
For more information: www.seat.co.uk